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PinkMonkey Digital Library-Sister Carrie by Theodore Dreiser


"I havenít an earthly thing with me," said Carrie; "not even a
handkerchief."

"You can buy all you want as soon as you get there, dearest," he
explained. "You can call in a dressmaker."

Now the crier called the train ready and they got on. Hurstwood
breathed a sigh of relief as it started. There was a short run to the
river, and there they were ferried over. They had barely pulled the
train off the ferry-boat when he settled back with a sigh.

"It wonít be so very long now," he said, remembering her in his
relief. "We get there the first thing in the morning."

Carrie scarcely deigned to reply.

"Iíll see if there is a dining-car," he added. "Iím hungry."
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